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Tobii Rex lets you control Windows 8 computers with your eyes

With sci-fi developments like Tobii's Rex camera becoming more common, it could be just a matter of time before the mouse and trackpad are consigned to the trashcan.
Cool Tech

LG air conditioner actually listens when you complain it’s too hot

The latest air conditioner from LG features voice commands so you can tell the machine to power on, off, or turn the temperature up or down.

Torchlight 2 goes platinum with 1 million copies sold

Skeptics thought Torchlight 2 might suffer thanks to its proximity to Diablo 3, but the Runic Games dungeon crawler has done quite well, selling 1 million copies in its first three months.

WSJ’s Dan Neil: “I was too easy on the Fisker Karma”

Not everyone can admit when they're wrong, but Dan Neil is now saying that he might have oversold the Fisker Karma a bit in his review of the sporty EV.

EA shuts down Madden, FIFA, and The Sims servers in January

Electronic Arts' next round of server closures includes recent entries in the FIFA Soccer and Madden NFL series as well as the best-selling PC game of all time, The Sims 2.
Social Media

Three-quarters of the world’s heads of state are on Twitter

Twitter usage by heads of state rose dramatically last year, according to a new study, which also claims that such news is a good sign for democracy.
Product Review

Sony STR-DN1030 Review

Sony STR-DN1030 Review.

Electric car sales to double in the UK this year

Sales of electric cars are on the rise in the United Kingdom, with one expert suggesting that sales will go up by as much as 100 percent in 2013.

Brown and red versions of the Galaxy Note 2 may be coming

A magazine ad has suggested that Samsung may launch its Galaxy Note 2 in new colors.

Avis buys Zipcar for $500 million, will make more cars available to Zipsters

Avis Budget Group announced today that it will purchase high-tech car-sharing company Zipcar for around $500 million. The deal is expected to greatly increase the availability of Zipcar vehicles for customers.

Apple to launch iBookstore in Japan this month, reports say

Apple will reportedly launch its electronic bookstore in Japan this month.

CTIA association to revitalize its mobile tech show for 2014

The CTIA Wireless Association has announced that in 2014, a new trade show will take place in September and that it will bring together the best of both its currently separate CTIA Wireless and MobileCON shows.